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slouchy Line breaks: slouchy
Pronunciation: /ˈslaʊtʃi/

Definition of slouchy in English:

adjective (slouchier, slouchiest)

1(Of an item of clothing) soft and relatively unstructured; not tight-fitting or rigid in shape: slouchy black suede boots slouchy cashmere socks
More example sentences
  • She shows us ponchos have a grungy side by teaming this slouchy slashed top with pink cords.
  • But she is also seen in riding boots and jeans, but of the smart variety rather than slouchy ones preferred by Prince Harry.
  • Love the funky silver leather jacket and the slouchy casual dress.
2Characterized by a lazy, drooping posture: I followed three slouchy teenagers through the door
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  • He seems to have never progressed beyond the slouchy habits of a wayward teenager.
  • Mr. Albert led the slouchy, disinterested crowd in a round of applause for Holly.
  • Meanwhile, slouchy, insecure Brigitte starts feeling complex emotions.


Example sentences
  • All you have to do is go to the thrown-together fanboy site, where you'll find the exact brands of clothing that constitute that studied slouchiness.
  • The sheer slouchiness of Boyfriend jeans and their catwalk counterparts is a welcome novelty in a world used to the no-pain, no-gain culture of extreme heels, skinny jeans and pudding-preventing bodycon dresses.
  • We offset the slouchiness of the sweatshirt with a very tailored, Ann Taylor pencil skirt.

Words that rhyme with slouchy

grouchy, pouchy
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